My Pro 2020 software software dissapears when battery goes flat on my MacBook Pro
Now, when I have re-downloaded it, it says:
Auth token cannot be used. The user must sign in
then it says: You can continue to use Sketchup, but you will not be allowed to start a new file or open an existing file.
I am signed in on the Trimble website
My licens runs until the end of November
Any help out there for this?
How did you install SketchUp? Sounds like you might be trying to run SketchUp directly from the disk image. The proper way to install is to double click the installer disk image, then in the window that opens drag the SketchUp icon into the Applications Folder icon next to it and drop it there.
For the Auth token problem , there seems to have been an outage or hiccup on the licensing server at some point recently, it should be solved by simply logging out via Help menu>sign out and then signing back in.
See this article for the various things you can try:
Does the SketchUp Pro 2020 application actually get removed from your Applications folder? Shutting down the system by any means (including when the power is lost such as a battery losing sufficient charge) won’t do that. Perhaps @endlessfix is correct that you are running the application from a mounted disk image (rather than the actual Applications folder) and the reboot of the system dismounts the disk image.
Thank you Tom and others
Followed your tips and sorted this